Gulf Air positive on Parliament seal for funding

GF CEO Samer Majali

Gulf Air on Wednesday reassured its passengers and employees that, as discussions continue between the Government of Bahrain and Parliament on the airline’s long-term funding requirement, the airline’s services remain unaffected.

“Discussions between the Government and Parliament are ongoing with a final vote to approve the funding and long-term plan for the airline is expected within weeks of Parliament convening next Sunday,” Responding to media reports on downsizing Gulf Air CEO, Samer Majali said.

“My main priority at the moment is Gulf Air’s passengers and staff and the effect that the ongoing public discussion is creating. I would like to personally reassure passengers that in the meantime Gulf Air’s near-term plans for the airline are not affected. We will continue to operate flights as scheduled and provide our customers with the highest levels of service and reliability,” Majali explained.

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